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Old 07-13-2010, 08:28 PM   #15
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Gene, so does your trans have a clutch pedal? I thought the ones with that control on the steering column were 12 speeds with no clutch pedal?
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Old 02-10-2021, 10:24 AM   #16
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Semi Conversion

We have a 2017 NRC MOD truck conversion and love every minute of driving it. It is a 600hp Cummings, 13 speed Ultra Shift transmission with a twin screw rear and 18,000 lb. front axle. It is smooth and drives like a dream, the wind has little effect on drivability! At age 72 I am most likely on my last R.V., but this is the best one we've had!
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Old 01-19-2023, 11:02 PM   #17
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X2 for NRC MOD coaches!

'Amen" for the NRC MOD coaches! We love our NRC, and its floor plan fits us perfectly. It is rock-solid on the road, and provides comfort and safety, in motion or parked.

Our unit has been called a “Super-Duper C” RV in several posts elsewhere. There are not a lot of these type of units out there. I believe that NRC produces around 6 or 7 coaches per month, on average. Some would call it a "toterhome," but it has no rear deck for hitching a 5th wheel or gooseneck trailer. We are the second owners.

As requested, here’s a description and specs of our unit:

2008 NRC 45-Foot ”Super-Duper C” Motorhome on 2007 Freightliner Columbia Chassis

RV Section is 34’ and the BBC measurement is 10’, so roughly a total of 45’ overall.


Engine-- 2006 (Pre-Emissions) Detroit 14L Series 60 Engine, 515HP & 1650 Ft/Lbs Torque

Transmisison-- ZF Meritor Freedomline 12-speed Dual-Mode Automated Manual

Rear Axles-- 40,000 Lb rated Tandem Detroit DA-RT w Airliner Air-Ride

Rear Axle Ratio-- 3.42 (yielding 1400 RPM @ 64MPH)

Wheelbase: 340”

GVWR-- 54,000 Lbs.

WABCO 4S-4M ABS Brake System

Twin 100-gallon fuel tanks

Hitch Rating-- 40,000 Lbs

MPG so far-- around 10.0 (we also run the 12KW generator off the fuel tanks, so it is approximate....)

Total Miles on Unit (so far) per Odometer-- 109,800


102" Outside Width w Total Body Skeleton of 1.5” x 1.0” welded steel tubing

One road-side "Super Slide" w recliners and Dinette

Queen bed in rear BR

Heated Ceramic Tile floor

Ceramic Tile Residential-Size Shower

Heated Water tanks (200 Gal Fresh + 100 Gal Gray and 100 Gal Black)

30-Gallon LPG, mounted inboard

All coach windows are dual-pane, w day-night shades.

I hope this helps give you more info in these great coaches. I'd post a photo, but so far I have not been successful doing that on this site........

Travel Free!
2008 44' NRC on 2007 Freightliner Columbia chassis
DD 14L Series 60 Pre-Emission 515HP & 1650 Ft/lbs Torque w/
ZF Meritor Freedomline 12-Speed Automated Manual
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Nrc mod

The folks at NRC MOD are nice too! We have stopped a couple times going or returning from trips and they are always helpful!!!

Keep the greasey side down and the Shiney side down!
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